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Exhibits of British figurative and representational painting

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Diana Calvert, Walsham, oil on board, a landscape painting
by a member of the New English Art Club

Beginning December 1st, and open daily 10am to 5 pm, the Mall Galleries will feature the Annual Exhibition of the New English Art Club: The Best of British Figurative Painting.

The Mall Galleries (near Trafalgar Square) is one of the few London venues to show the work of well-established British artists alongside that of up-and-coming students and young unknown painters.

Paintings in the exhibit, which runs through December 18, are available for sale on line.

And, for the second year, the Painters' Hall in the City of London, 9 Little Trinity Lane, has opened an exhibit of representational painting (on view until December 2). Fifty-four works were selected from 700 entries. First prize is £15,000.

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Yellow Windbreaks, St Ives, oil by Andrew Macara,
another New English Art Club artist

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